To this day, there has been much speculation on what caused the massive power blackout of March 2016. Conspiracy advocates blamed big corporations and global warming. The main stream media targeted the cause as the 2016 presidential election process. In Washington DC, they blamed each other. But I knew the truth. I knew I had caused the blackout without even knowing it.
“Grab your partner by the hand, do-si-do to the promised land“ are not just lyrics for a popular square dancing song, they are also important words of wisdom for your Continuing Education Program. Whether it is by joining forces with corporations, other schools, or local organizations, your CE program can truly benefit from having partners.
If you are utilizing an online learning platform, chances are you are also collecting data about a variety of components. Maybe you want to know about student demographics or perhaps you want to track the click-through rates of your web banners. Regardless of what data you are collecting, the question you should be asking is how I can properly analyze this data so it serves a greater purpose?
Can 140 characters market your online course to the masses? The answer is a resounding yes. Twitter is one of the today’s hottest social media platforms because it is the only place where 140-characters can make a powerful and lasting impression.
If you are like most higher education institutions, lately, you may find yourself asking the question, “Should we be using Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) or not?” You might be wondering how can you effectively integrate MOOCs into your school’s strategy, and what benefits will you and your students receive once you do?
In today’s current economic landscape, ensuring that your education institution is delivery quality education in the most efficient way possible is of utmost importance. To accomplish this, both the administrative and academic units must work together.
Four months into 2014 and new trends continue to impact online education. While some of these trends are rollovers from the previous year, their ripples are still being felt, and some experts predict this may continue for years to come. Overcoming obstacles may prove challenging for some online education institutions, but by staying aware of them, you may be able to come out on top.
Think back to the days when you were a student. Remember how exciting it was to start a new class, only to end up enrolled in a semester snooze fest? Now think back to those few special classes you had where the material was riveting and the professor was outstanding. This is the type of experience you want to create when you are writing your online course.
As college tuition continues to rise, and entry into the job market still poses difficulties for recent college grads, many prospective college students are asking themselves, “What kind of return on my investment will I receive by attending this school?”
A vital part of any Business Intelligence (BI) program is the utilization of metrics. At their core, metrics are any measurement used to quantify performance such as return on investment (ROI), revenues or the rates at which customers arrive, remain, and leave the organization.